The satisfaction of our customers is our focus
Mature and optimised quality management based on ISO certification guarantees the quality and reliability to be expected of our products. For us, the quality control of each product is as natural as the careful selection of suppliers and continuous monitoring of all quality-relevant processes. Each product is fundamentally inspected prior to dispatch.
Optical, electrical, with or without housing, end control: function tests begin during running production processes and are implemented according to predetermined sequences. Means of testing are developed in Germany according to the current state of technology and thus ensure a homogeneous level of quality across all locations, on a global scale.
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Acting out of responsibility
Long-term success does not come without values, and partnership, trust and dependability have been cornerstones of our success for more than 100 years. This applies to cooperative teamwork with our customers and business partners as well as to working together within the company and between each and every employee.
We purposefully and actively invest in the future by training tomorrow’s experts. The support of young professionals and qualified training positions are as important to us as individual support and continuous further training for our employees.
Training means a strong future
Training and education is the key to a self-determined life – especially in global growth regions such as Asia. Qualified training helps individuals to achieve vocational success and contributes to the positive development of the complete company. As in the Philippines for example where our dependency for further training is performing strongly. We are taking part in a pioneering project together with
the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).The aim: helping the island state to gain qualified workers, giving students very good professional perspectives and making future employees fit for all future demands. Find out more about the experiences on location in this video.
Let’s build together! This motto in mind, BAG Electronics Systems Group started into its first presentation at the past Light+Building. Many thousands of Lego bricks symbolised the merging of the BAG and ZALUX brands under a new roof.
And now we’re continuing to build – in Arnsberg’s Eulenkindergarten! The BAG Electronics team surprised kindergarten director Maria Hoff and around 90
children with a giant mountain of Lego pieces – way over 4,000 bricks in fact, enabling the children to construct, count and play to their heart’s content. The girls and boys from the four daycare groups were also completely enthusiastic – and began building straightaway…
Light and colour: the Lichtcampus of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HAWK) Hildesheim experienced its second edition with this focus topic. Students from 13 universities came together from 6 to 11 February 2017 for interdisciplinary exchange, and naturally, BAG Electronics Systems Group was on location.
“Beyond lighting – lighting solutions of the future” was the topic discussed by Managing Director Dirk Politowski and Product Manager Guido Nattkemper. What will the light of the future look like, and what consequences does that have on hardware and other services? The discussion with the light experts of tomorrow delivered a lot of promising input.
“Students approach new topics and technologies in a much more open way – they’re not yet influenced by industry-typical patterns of thought. This is why cooperating with universities such as HAWK and participating in events like this is very important to us. The lively discussion with international students once again solidified our commitment,” stated Dirk Politowski after the Light Campus. “Long-term cooperation, support for research activities and accompanying Master theses will continue to be important components of our support for young professionals.”
Plants for intact nature: our factory in the Philippines is now starting a program for tree sponsorships. Around 250 seedlings were brought into the hilly landscape of Siniloan, Laguna by the employees. Roland Odenthal, Managing Director of BAG Philippines, took part in the event together with other volunteers from all divisions. Even strong rain and difficult routes through the mountain region were not enough to prevent the tree sponsorships on this day.
The programme aims for long-term effect and will be implemented in cooperation with the University of the Philippines. The common target is to protect and care for the Sierra Madre water divide. The campaign forms an important part of BAG Electronics Systems Group environmental protection activities in the Philippines.
The care and conservation of the environment
BAG India contributes in an active and voluntary way to the social and environmental improvement of the community with campaigns involving plants – many donated trees were planted in 2014 at the Bopdev Temple, for a greener and more environmentally-friendly India.
Trading in plastic bags for cloth bags
Plastic bags are one of the especially critical forms of “problematic waste”, and it is estimated that it will take several hundred years for a plastic bag to completely disintegrate. This is why it’s much better to use alternatives. BAG India sets a good example to continuously reduce the production of waste, and also to heighten an awareness for ecological conduct.
“Swap plastic bags for cloth bags” was the motto of a large-scale exchange campaign. Employees use the bags each and every day for their personal belongings, and employees at the Indian BAG location doing away with plastic bags were in return given high quality cloth versions – and the company also took care of correct waste disposal of the plastic refuse. With a little luck, this will contribute to reducing the level of “wild waste” consisting of aggravating plastic.
Great technology box for the kids
As a manufacturer of electronic components for the lighting industry we are eager to arouse interest and promote technology even for the smallest kids. The technology box supports fine motor skills and provides a wonderful introduction into the world of technology and therefore also an insight into the professional activities of the parents.” Stephanie Sauer, responsible for HR at BAG Electronics Systems Group.